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I'm currently setting up some Confluence documentation structure and standards for the organisation I work for. Part of this includes stating that if you are attaching a document (regardless of document type), then this should be done via a file list.
I would like to create a template for this so each user is sticking to the same directed standards, but cannot see how I can do this. When I select to add a global page template, I can't see anything available to select a file list.
Does anyone know if this is even possible?
Hi @Kathryn Gerrell Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
You can insert the Attachments macro which displays a list of files attached to a page. You can also add this macro to your template if required, so it will be automatically added to pages created using this template. Is this what you are looking for ?